Finding Aid for the Rorer Family Papers

The Rorer Family Papers consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, some biographical information, a photograph, and miscellaneous papers relating to the Rorer and Thrasher family. Among the items are two Civil War letters written by Clinton to his mother. Shortly after the letters were written, Clinton died and a letter was written to Samantha notifying her of her son’s death. Other letters are written on company stationery by her sons during the late 1800s. Obituaries give information about the family as well as names of descendants.

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Reference

Jolene Clark, Archivist, Midwest Genealogy Center, Finding Aid for the Rorer Family Papers, Midwest Genealogy Center, Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, Missouri, 2020

Cite As

Jolene Clark, Archivist, Midwest Genealogy Center, “Finding Aid for the Rorer Family Papers,” Genealogy Gallery, accessed August 7, 2020, https://content.mymcpl.org/items/show/15128.

Dublin Core

Title

Finding Aid for the Rorer Family Papers

Subject

Genealogy
Family history

Description

The Rorer Family Papers consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, some biographical information, a photograph, and miscellaneous papers relating to the Rorer and Thrasher family. Among the items are two Civil War letters written by Clinton to his mother. Shortly after the letters were written, Clinton died and a letter was written to Samantha notifying her of her son’s death. Other letters are written on company stationery by her sons during the late 1800s. Obituaries give information about the family as well as names of descendants.

Creator

Jolene Clark, Archivist, Midwest Genealogy Center

Publisher

Midwest Genealogy Center, Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, Missouri

Date

2020

Format

Portable Document File Format; 558 KB; 3 pages.

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

rorer family papers.pdf